Today marks the 136th year of the Fredricktown, MO Civil War battle. I find it interesting, talking to young people today, and they have no clue what the Civil War was about. They believe it was about the freeing of slaves, they are wrong. It was about Taxation and Liberty! The “North” controlled by Democratic leadership of President Lincoln needed the resources of the “South”. He wanted to increase taxation of their lands as they had huge dollars coming in from their farmlands, while D.C. was squandering their farmland and creating government. The ‘slave’ issue has always been a ruse to Northern Aggression. The southerners simply wanted out of the tax scheme to steal their wealth and the burden of unconstitutional law! Southern states started to secede from our Union. Our ancestors in Fredericktown, Missouri knew this was wrong and fought against these thieves.
Once one starts to understand these truths, they can realistically look at our culture today and come to the only conclusion possible. Our country has been taken over from within! A very long time ago, our Constitution was usurped by the powers that be …
Mammon became a God in America.
While it started with President Lincoln, the coup did not gain ‘steam’ till the early 1900’s when laws were slowly enacted taking liberties away from Americans. It really started full swing with Franklin D. Roosevelt and his implementation of the Federal Reserve, and the IRS. This is about the same time that we start noticing ‘fringe’ on our flags, as Admiralty Law became the law of the land … unannounced to its citizens. It is our Congress and Department of Treasury that should have been handling our monies. Instead creation of money was handed over to private banks and owners, the likes of the Rothschild’s, J.P. Morgan’s and Rockefeller’s …Politicians going where they have no constitutional authority!
Ephesians 6:12 (KJV)
12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.
For about the first 60 years of this coup, no one took on these scoundrels until America elected President John F. Kennedy. I was just seven at the time, but I remember how people reacted to this man, they loved him. Tragically on November 22nd in 1963 he was assassinated. Most believe the reason he was assassinated is because he was going to blow the whistle on the “secrete societies” or deep state.
Another interesting note that makes this day a bit prophetic is that the location of this battle was in the path of the August 21st eclipse. And what makes that interesting … On that very day, that an eclipse was dividing our nation, this happened:
John F Kennedy bust paid for by Sunday Telegraph readers removed after being vandalised
21 AUGUST 2017 • 7:39PM
“A bust of assassinated President John F Kennedy, which was paid for by Sunday Telegraph readers, has had to be removed from its plinth in London after being vandalised.
The memorial of the 35th US president had stood Marylebone Road, near Great Portland Street station, for more than 40 years.”
Our president announces on the day of the anniversary of the Civil War battle in Fredericktown, MO, the same are that the eclipse passed on the 21st and the same location, in seven years another eclipse will pass; that he is releasing the JFK files.
Are we in the days of the Apocalypse?
An apocalypse (Ancient Greek: ἀποκάλυψις apokálypsis, from ἀπό and καλύπτω, literally meaning “an uncovering“) is a disclosure of knowledge or revelation. In religious contexts it is usually a disclosure of something hidden, “a vision of heavenly secrets that can make sense of earthly realities“.
Since August 21st one will have noticed natural disaster, one after another … staggering and not usual! Political division like we have never witnessed before. In our gut, we know something is terribly wrong. Something is lurking in the shadows that is too evil to accept.
There is only one way to deal with these events, we must get back to God!
Matthew 24:34 (KJV)
34 Verily I say unto you, This generation shall not pass, till all these things be fulfilled.
God Bless America!